In many European countries, people who identify as transgender must have a mental health diagnosis to get their official records changed. This, according to Transgender Europe (TGEU), “violates the right of every person to determine their own gender identity.”
Roncalli circus in Lübeck is trialling hologram projections as stand-ins for live horses, elephants and even giant goldfish.
Daniel Frahn, who played for Chemnitzer FC, was seen sitting with members of far-right groups during a third division match on 3 August. The club said his behaviour was “massively damaging” to the club.
Frankfurt's main railway station has reopened after a police operation investigated suspected bank robbery.
Poland is marking the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising during World War II.
Kraftwerk sampling case: EU top court rules on 20-year dispute over two-second clip
"#IchbinAntifa" became the number one trending hashtag on Twitter in Germany after US President Donald Trump said on Saturday he may declare the anti-fascist network a terrorist organization.
For the past three months, emergency departments across France have been hit by industrial action. Doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals working on the frontline of healthcare have walked out over concerns about patient safety and their working environments.
Ursula von der Leyen might not be a well-known figure across Europe just yet, but she is the longest-serving minister in Angela Merkel's cabinet. As Defence Minister, she has faced some controversy lately over contracts related to the German military.
But the first woman to hold Europe’s top job told Euronews that she was simply pleased to win after having only 13 days to convince MEPs.
Emmanuel Macron said "we can be proud of Europe" after Ursula von der Leyen's win. But Nigel Farage said she would bring undemocratic centralisation.
Nico Semsrott of satirical party Die PARTEI staged a protest over European Commission presidential hopeful Ursula von der Leyen ahead of a vote on her nomination.
Panda Jiao Qing celebrated his 9th birthday in Berlin's Zoo on Monday 15 July.
The birthday cake was made of sweet potatoes and red beetroot.
A German court has ordered the repatriation of the wife and children of a suspected fighter for the Islamic State in Syria.
France announced on Tuesday that it will levy an eco-tax on passengers flight. Euronews takes at which other EU countries have implemented a similar tax.
The German chancellor has rekindled concerns for her health after she was seen shaking during her meeting with Finnish Prime Minister Antti Rinne.
Deutsche Bank began cutting 18 thousand jobs globally. Whole teams were dismissed on Monday morning.
A migrant ship has disembarked in the Italian port of Lampedusa despite a ban by the country's interior minister, Matteo Salvini.
A Swiss military school in Germany has been placed under quarantine after 50 soldiers had to be taken to hospital with "severe" sickness.
"In the winter months, everything ran over the ice. Sometimes the postman came with the ice skates when it was frozen" remembers barge ferryman Gunter Brandt.
Months after the European Elections, we’re back to talk about its main takeaways, namely gains for the greens and the strengthening of anti-immigrant far-right parties. We bring you two reports on Insiders Unreported Europe – Euronews’ current affairs magazine. One from Italy and one from Germany.
Watch the interview to hear viewpoints from two different countries, Italy and Poland, about why Italy’s League Party scored so high and why the Law and Justice Party in Poland did so well.
A German far-right suspect confessed to killing a pro-immigration politician, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said on Wednesday.
Eleven men, mostly from Syria, have gone on trial in Freiburg, Germany over the gang rape of an 18-year-old woman outside a nightclub last October.
To keep cool, some animals have taken matters into their own hands (or trunks). At these zoos in Austria and Germany, worm ice lollies are on the menu too.
Protesters near the RWE Garzweiler coal mine have set up camp in preparation for their occupation of the area.